This new guidebook for teachers from the National Alliance in partnership with TNTP (formerly The New Teacher Project) outlines ways to effectively advocate for positive change at their schools.
Voting with Their Feet: A State-level Analysis of Public Charter School and District Public School Enrollment Trends
Voting with Their Feet: A State-level Analysis of Public Charter School and District Public School Enrollment Trends shows hundreds of thousands of families switched to charter schools during the first full school year of the pandemic.
Our 2021 annual report includes the same explanation and history of the Charter Schools Program as the inaugural 2020 edition, with updated information about current grantees.
This report reviews the charter law in the state of Rhode Island to explain how the law eases, and in some cases eliminates, the financial effect of per-pupil funding that would leave a district school and follow the student to a charter school.
State charter support organizations can support their state's charter school sector by engaging with the federal Charter Schools Program.
Check out our annual report to see how the National Alliance helped charter schools respond to a historically challenging year.
The National Alliance’s charter law rankings shed light on how well each state’s charter school law compares to our model law.
The National Alliance summarizes budget priorities and policy recommendation for a new administration to strengthen all public schools.
The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools collected data to determine the teacher's union status of charter schools nationwide. Watch our recorded webinar with the National Alliance's senior adviser and former union
This white paper focuses on charter school campuses and explains why these records are found in datasets from the National Alliance as well as when it might be more helpful to exclude these records from analyses.
The Charter Schools Program—the nation’s only source of dedicated federal funding for the creation of public charter schools—has helped charter schools grow and innovate to best serve the needs of students, families, and communities.
Almost immediately after schools closed due to the coronavirus outbreak in spring 2020, we saw anecdotal evidence that charter schools reacted quickly and served students well.